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Lesson 1—Teacher Training Introduction to "Gases and How They Combine"




Professor Campbell briefly outlines the history of CHEM Study and emphasizes that the course is based on experimental evidence.

Professor Pimentel discusses why the concept of combining volumes of gases is used as the principal evidence for the atomic theory when it is first introduced. He explains CHEM Study's somewhat unusual approach to quantitative problems and suggests methods of teaching chemical symbols and equations.


Producer CHEM Study, College of Chemistry, U.C. Berkeley
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